November 15, 2007What got me thinking about this was I've learned that as the temperatures drop, the psi may decrease. So it stands to reason that as the temperature increases, so would the psi.
I checked my tires today-all but one tire are at about 30 psi, and the other tire is at 32 psi. If the psi increases as the temperature goes up, we don't want it to go up too much-that's a blowout waiting to happen. But on the other hand, one should not get it too low. How do you go about decreasing the psi?